Overall, 55% of people in the poll said they would remain and fight, while 38% indicated they would depart the country.
A strong majority (71%) indicated that they would back a ban on Russian oil even if such a move would result in higher gas prices in America.
More than half (60%) in the poll thought that Russian President Vladimir Putin is mentally unbalanced, while just 21% thought that the Russian figure is stable mentally.
Russia has been wreaking death and destruction in Ukraine, killing many during the invasion, including civilians.
The Associated Press reported that at The Hague, Netherlands, and Ukraine urged the International Court of Justice to call for a halt of the Russian onslaught.
Russia “is resorting to tactics reminiscent of medieval siege warfare, encircling cities, cutting off escape routes and pounding the civilian population with heavy ordnance,” Jonathan Gimblett of Ukraine’s legal team said, according to the outlet.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute has announced that it is bestowing the Ronald Reagan freedom Award upon Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, “for his courageous fight against tyranny and for his indomitable stance for freedom and democracy.”